Origin of pucker
OTHER WORDS FROM puckerpuck·er·er, nounun·puck·ered, adjective
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How to use pucker in a sentence
A server pours rum over the sphere and ignites it, causing the orb to melt and revealing the main attraction, plus some pucker from passion fruit.L’Ardente, an Italian stunner, combines fun and finesse|Tom Sietsema|October 29, 2021|Washington Post
Cranberry sauce should be sweet but not cloying, and tart without causing pucker and anguish.
She is the author of two young adult novels, The Map That Breathed and Pucker.
On this occasion, however, it failed to produce anything more than a woebegone pucker that foreshadowed something worse.
But how about the pucker along your spine, and the awfully foolish, grinny feeling around your cheek-bones?Molly Make-Believe|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Joan thought hard for a minute, with a pucker in her white brow.Two Little Travellers|Frances Browne Arthur
Aunt Betsy said she feared they had not sewed the braid on straight or the pants wouldn't pucker so at the knees.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
Elizabeth looked up with a worried pucker between her girlish brows.And So They Were Married|Florence Morse Kingsley